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Llamamos a participar a los Votantes de Miami-Dade en el Referendum Revocatorio contra el Alcalde del Condado Carlos Alvarez.

diciembre 2, 2009

Miami-Dade, Diciembre 2, 2009

 

“Oficinas del Referéndum Revocatorio contra el alcalde del Condado Miami-Dade.”

 

 

Estimados Amigos,

 

Se esta aproximando la hora de comenzar la recogida de firmas de apoyo al Referéndum Revocatorio para sacar de su posición al Alcalde del Condado Miami-Dade Sr. Carlos Álvarez por no haber sido capaz de resolver los apremiantes problemas del condado en su condición de leader.

Necesitamos aprender de esta lección, necesitamos ser más selectivos, vigilantes y activos participantes en la supervisión del gobierno.

Necesitamos exigir a los candidatos que escriban y juren públicamente que comenzaran a trabajar duramente por cumplir sus promesas de campaña desde el primer día y si no lo hacen; se comprometen a renunciar al cumplir un año en la posición para la que fueron electos y en la cual no fueron capaces de empezar a trabajar por lo que prometieron.

Que no serán cómplices del mal uso de fondos o los compromisos con gansters, cabilderos y ocultos intereses que lo que desean es enriquecerse a costa de los contribuyentes.

 

Estamos en espera de la aprobación de la Iniciativa de Referéndum Revocatorio por el Clerk de la Corte, estero que en los próximos díaz ya tengamos el aprobado para comenzar a recoger las firmas de apoyo al  Revocatorio.

Esta recogida de firmas se hará bajo unas condiciones muy difíciles, por las condiciones que han impuesto los comisionados y el departamento de elecciones del condado. Estas regulaciones han sido motivadas por el terror que le tienen a nuestra justa indignación y saber que los podemos y debemos expulsar deshonrosamente de sus cómodas poltronas desde la cual lo único que han hecho es legislar en contra de nosotros,  subirse sus salarios ellos y sus asistentes, usando nuestros dineros festinadamente en viajes de turismo, en inversiones locas y entupidas.

Esas regulaciones están en franca contradicción con La Primera Enmienda de la Constitución de los Estados Unidos obstaculizando que el pueblo pueda pedirle cuentas a los gobernantes.

1-    En cada planilla de apoyo al Revocatorio firmara solamente una sola persona, por planilla. Esa persona debe ser votante registrado en el Condado Miami-Dade

2-    Cada planilla de apoyo al revocatorio debe ser llenada frente a una persona que la certificara. Esta persona se le ha nombrado “Circulador”

3-    Cada planilla de apoyo al referéndum, después de ser llenada por usted y certificada por el circulador, debe ser notarizada. El circulador debe ser votante registrado y firmar ante el notario.

4-    Las planillas de apoyo al revocatorio se deben llenar muy cuidadosamente: Tienen que usar bolígrafos de tinta. Deben escribir muy claramente. Deben llenar todos los espacios requeridos. La firma tiene que ser legible, no puede ser un garabato.

5-    Después de llenas las planillas se deben llevar personalmente por el circulador a la Oficina del Revocatorio.  820 Granada Groves Court. Coral Gables, FL. 33134

 

 

Cada planilla tendrá la participación de tres distintas personas. El votante, El Circulador y el Notario. Esto es sencillamente un descaro, un atropello a los derechos constitucionales nuestros. Pero no tenemos tiempo para llevar esto a la corte y lo vamos a hacer con estas terribles circunstancias. El numero de planillas de apoyo que tenemos que recoger es el 8% de los votantes registrados en el condado Miami-Dade que hasta ahora son unas 100,000 firmas de apoyo.

 

Dadas estas condiciones necesitamos más voluntarios para que el Revocatorio de este mal alcalde sea un éxito.

1-    Necesitamos Circuladores. Personas que distribuyan y recojan las planillas.

2-    Necesitamos más notarios de los que se han ofrecido hasta ahora.

3-    Necesitamos centros de distribución y recogida de las planillas de apoyo al referéndum. Pueden ser Casa que tengan al menos dos parqueos. Negocios de cualquier tipo.

4-    Necesitamos que la prensa radial, escrita y televisiva se haga eco de esta gesta por la democracia y la decencia politica. Hasta ahora hemos tenido la participación muy activa y efectiva de The Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald, El Diario de Las Americas, TeleMiami, AméricaTeVe, GenTeVe, La Cubanisima, Radio Mambi, Radio Caracol USA, La Poderosa, ABC Chanel 10. Entre los comunicadores que nos han la oportunidad de llegar a todos ustedes estan:  Jose Prado, Maria Laria, Bernardette Pardo LLada, Lourdes dKendal, Jorge Rodríguez, El Coronel Matias Farias, Jorge Gomez, Fernando Hidalgo y Carlos Gary a todos se lo agradecemos mucho pero necesitamos que ellos continúen ayudándonos a promover este trabajo y que se unan muchos mas. Esto apenas comienza. En solo unos días “Estaremos en pie de guerra para eliminar: La inmoralidad, el despilfarro de los dineros de los contribuyentes, el abuso de los malos políticos, el descaro, la corrupción, el nepotismo, el amiguismo y la mala administración

5-    Necesitamos cualquier tipo de ayuda que nos puedan ofrecer. Esto es un esfuerzo de los ciudadanos del condado Miami-Dade y podemos marcar un hito nacionalmente, podemos cambiar el criterio de que tenemos una “larga historia de corrupción en el sur de la Florida” por “Tenemos una tremenda vergüenza y moral ciudadana y no permitiremos mas abusos, mala administración en el gobierno, ni en ninguna parte.

Dios nos esta ayudándonos en este esfuerzo, pero ustedes los ciudadanos de Miami-Dade son una parte muy importante,

 

 

 

 

 

Lázaro R González Miño.

Referéndum Revocatorio

LazaroRGonzalez@hotmail.com

305 445 7364

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How to start in Miami-Dade County Recall Referendum Initiative? 17 Reasons To The Recall againts the Mayor Carlos Alvarez.

diciembre 2, 2009

How to start in Miami-Dade County Recall Referendum Initiative?

1 – On  November 19 personally I will present to the Court of Miami Dade the Recall Referendum Initiative against the mayor of the county Carlos Alvarez (RRI).

2 – We will wait for the approval of the Clerk of the Court (about two weeks.)

3 – When The Recall Referendum initiative is approved by the Clerk of the court, then we “All eligible voters in Miami Dade County” begin to Collecting about 172, 435 signatures to put the mayor in a recall special election against Mayor of Miami Dade.

4 – This collection of signatures will be done during the 60 working days beginning after the date of approval of the IRR by the Clerk of the Court.

5 – The sheets of signatures for the recall will be distributed to voters interested in participating in three ways: a) electronic mail (e-mail). To LazaroRGonzalez@hotmail.com b) By mail by sending an envelope with $ 0.44 postage stamp pasted on the envelope and your mailing address to: “Recall Referendum Initiative.” Groves 820 Granada Court. Coral Gables. 33134. c) May, Monday to Friday and from 9 AM to 7 PM pass the address: 820 Granada Groves Court. Coral Gables. 33,134 and collect them personally.

6 – The forms were sent after being filled by the voters by mail to: “Recall Referendum Initiative” 820 Granada Groves Court. Coral Gables, Fl 33,134

7 – Also on Sunday during the 60 days we will be collecting signatures in a public places we will notify the county voters with sufficient time to distribute and collect the forms. We need Shop Printers, volunteers; we want to help at no cost, to produce the forms of the referendum.

8 – The forms must be notarized. That is why we need many Notaries who volunteer to work in the legalization process. I need that notaries who volunteered to free notarizing the forms work at first time to call me again to confirm that they are still in position to do so, please send an e-mail which your phone number, address where the service be done and witch days and time they are doing so. It takes about 1,000 notaries to do the work for the almost 180,000 forms. If we get 1000 notaries each notarized average about 1800 sheets.

9 – The forms must be carefully filled with print letters. The signature must be legible not use your rubric. I will send this message with an attached that teaches how to fill the forms.

10 – After closing the collection signatures within 60 working days, will proceed to deliver the forms to the Department of Elections to be counted and certified to be correct and in the necessary amount. This is a democratic and civic activity of each and every one of the Miami Dade County voters, those who wish to participate must do well and hoping the best results. If all those who have been harmed by this government sign the referendum and notarize the form. We will remove the mayor and give an example of active democracy. If we stay in our houses without doing something, The result will be: more of the same or worse.
17 REASONS TO DO SO.

1) The mayor and commissioners do not have the capacity or the decision to administer efficiently, solve problems or Miami Dade County.

2) They can not hear claims to the wisdom and the rationalization of expenditures by county voters voices. In the last budget hearing many people are denied the right to display different criteria including a lady of 71 years in a wheelchair rally sack her in a manner disrespectful.

3) In this week you are coming to 1/30 households in the USA will receiving a Notice of Foreclosure, the state’s second-place is Florida Foreclosures and Florida is among the first in the nation, we have 70.799 Foreclosures in Florida this year and Miami is the county that has more foreclosures.

4) We are the fifth poorest county in all U.S.

5) The crime, gang crime, are increasing everywhere, the streets, homes and even in schools in the county and yet the mayor’s increase the salaries to the police commanders.

6) The drugs are everywhere, schools, homes, workplaces and clubs. The police not doing what they have to do. And drugs are the incentive to commit other crimes.

7) The official unemployment in the county is over 15% but the mayor did nothing to solve this major problem which is the most important of all.

8) We have seen the closed of hundreds of small private businesses that employing thousands of people, partly by the soaring prices of county permits, inspections and services they receive. When you go through the streets or malls see the sad spectacle of the premises closed with boards.

9) We have all types of Trust’s Children Trust, Jackson trust, Homeless trust, and so on. They spend our money foolishly without tangible results satisfactorily. Jackson Memorial Hospital has more than 90 functionaries earning more than $ 284,000 and over 130 people earning over $ 134,000. Hundred staff has cars, cell phones, laptops and a lot of other allocated expenses paid for us; and not go to the health of the people, go to the welfare of the functionaries. And all our trust operates more or less equal.

10) For each dollar collected by the county 70 cents is to pay the pension plan and wages of officials and employees. You can never dream of having a pension plan or salaries like the one you paid to County employees with your taxes. This is a huge irresponsibility that they refuse to settle. Only 30 cents of every dollar what they actually collect go for services of the resident of the Miami Dade County.

11) We have a number of investments that have not been well thought out. A Private sport business “The Marlins” Base ball Estadium costing $ 740’000, 000.00 to the residents of the county, these bonds interest have an interest 6% It will be more than triple the cost in ext 10 years. A tunnel that is not necessary “that is above the $ 1,000 ‘000, 000.00 dollars, who knows where those interests are mounted in 10 years? And more of other beauties are in the way.

12) They have been charged to residents of the property taxes equal to or greater than the previous year concealing the depression on the of residential property value under more than 50% but they have to spend money foolishly as soon as possible, have to make residents pay much higher taxes than those who actually have to pay.

13) The county administrative efficiency is evident in the mayor’s. The resent increase salary of some of his assistant goes up by 54% to his aides and friends as you pay over the taxes payable in the midst of a crisis that is far from having played bottom yet. If you think this year is bad wait for the next. And if this administration continues the predictions are ominous.

14) What have they done with the huge amount of money they raised during the past years, in the era of “fat cows”? They have spent all? They have left nothing for the reserve. What administration is this?

15) There are not channels for maintaining a dialogue with the mayor or the commissioners. There is no truly public hearing, direct and free.

16) The commissioners and the mayor can spend without having to justify about $800,000 each year, but what’s that? The county has hundreds of cars cell phones, laptops, gasoline and others miscellaneous futile expenses allocated to executives. From where do you think that money comes out? Surprise! From our pocket.

17) In the latest The Miami Herald  poll county residents felt like this: 68% mayor and the county commissioners are in the wrong direction. 64% want to renegotiate wages and pensions with unions. 81% want to reduce the salaries of county employees. 78% want to reduce the staff of the mayor and commissioners. 65% want him to cancel all wage increases that have been made. 58% said that l will bounce against the mayor if the referendum.

From this moment this only in the hands of registered voters in Miami Dade County the opportunity to resolve this situation which we have complained so much and do so little. If you want to send a strong message to all politicians. Not only in Miami Dade, but States and the entire United States of America. You must actively participate in the Referendum Recall Initiative process.

The Democracy have the root in the people. You are in the possibility of resolving this injustice, but you must do what you have to do, if not everything will be just remained the same or worse. You have the ability and the possibility to solve it. But please do not complain more act the ball is in our side. Lázaro R González Miño “Recall Referendum Initiative at Miami-Dade County”

Lazaro R Gonzalez@hotmail.com MiamiDadeRecall.blogspot.com MiamiDadeRecall.wordpress.com

Cuando la gente pierde la confianza en su gobierno. La unica solucion es quitarlos de sus comodas posiciones. Fuera los politicos corruptos.

diciembre 2, 2009

Un héroe de la comunidad

By DANIEL SHOER ROTH El Nuevo Herald.

Estando jubilado ya por un año y medio, Lázaro González ha invertido casi todo este tiempo buscando récords públicos del Condado Miami-Dade en internet. Ha realizado incontables viajes a las cortes y ha conseguido fuentes dentro del gobierno local, incluso en la policía del condado.

González se define como un ciudadano preocupado por los problemas de los residentes. Hace tres semanas, González, de 63 años, se encontraba entre familiares y amigos en una fiesta donde el tema de la noche era la mala administración en Miami. Ideas y quejas fluían en torbellino. González escuchaba taciturno y, súbitamente, floreció una idea.

“Creo que todos ustedes están equivocados”, se atrevió a decirles a los otros. “Aquí lo que hay que hacer es sacar a los culpables”.

Ya era la madrugada, así que sus amigos se rieron. Pero González hablaba en serio. A mediados de agosto, se presentó en la oficina del Secretario de las Cortes de Circuito y del Condado Miami-Dade, Harvey Ruvin, con una petición de referendo revocatorio que busca la destitución del alcalde Carlos Alvarez.

“El señor Carlos Alvarez debe ser destituido de su puesto como alcalde del Condado Miami-Dade por su incapacidad de liderar el condado y de resolver los problemas del condado”, afirmó la solicitud de González, que también fundó una organización llamada Por un Mejor Condado Miami-Dade.

Por sus bríos, el hombre captó la atención de los medios hispanos de Miami y, dado que el alcalde ha estado en la mirilla últimamente, González no tardó en convertirse en una suerte de héroe de la comunidad.

“Esto no quiere decir que él sea el primer alcalde inepto en este condado. Pero es el que más se ha destacado por las estupideces que ha cometido”, comentó González en la sede de su campaña: su casa en Coral Gables.

El incipiente movimiento ciudadano es un indicio del desagrado y la frustración de una gran parte de los residentes con la administración de Alvarez. Estos sentimientos se recrudecieron recientemente tras la revelación, por The Miami Herald, de los desconsiderados aumentos salariales entre los asesores cercanos al alcalde en tiempos de austeridad y drásticos recortes presupuestarios.

“Desde entonces el teléfono no para de sonar. Tengo tres blocks llenos de direcciones”, expresó González, que ya cuenta con más de 2,000 personas esperando firmar la propuesta del referendo, una vez que la corte autorice el formulario. “Estoy seguro de que consigo más de 200,000 firmas porque la irritación de los residentes es demasiado grande”.

González necesita firmas de un 8 por ciento de los votantes inscritos en Miami-Dade para una elección especial revocatoria, equivalente a unas 110,000 firmas válidas.

Más allá de cualquier resultado, lo importante es que la comunidad se está organizando para elevar su voz y no dejarse dominar por la indiferencia colectiva, que ha permitido a los gobernantes maniobrar para beneficio propio y de sus aliados sin mayores consecuencias.

“Aquí hay un relajo que hay que parar”, aseveró González, quien trabajaba como técnico de laboratorio y planifica usar su dinero para comprar estampillas y sobres, y así enviar los formularios.

Indudablemente, el suyo es un encomiable esfuerzo digno de ser seguido.

“The Miami-Dade Politicians Rejected Hall” “Recall Miami-Dade Now”

diciembre 1, 2009

Initiative for RECALL AGAINT THE Mayor Carlos Alvarez in court.

 

 “The Miami-Dade Rejected Hall”

 The scale of 16 elected most rejected Miami-Dade Politicians.

Survey Done on September 17,2009 by :

The Office for the “Initiative for Recall Referendum”

Result: 

1-  County Mayor                       Carlos Alvarez.             Rejection 100%

2-  Commissioner  D9            Dennis C Moss.             Rejection   86%

3-  Commissioner  D12          Jose (Pepe) Diaz.         Rejection   67%

4-  Commissioner  D13          Natacha Seijas.             Rejection   51%

5-  Prop. Evaluator                  Pedro Garcia.                 Rejection   44%

6-  Commissioner  D1            Barbara J Jordon.        Rejection   43%

7-  Commissioner  D2           Dorrin D Rolle.                Rejection   43%

8-  Commissioner  D5           Bruno A. Barreiro.        Rejection   40%

9-  Commissioner  D3           Audrey M Edmonson. Rejection   39%

10- Commissioner D8           Katy Sorenson.                 Rejection   38%

11- Commissioner D11           Joe Martinez.                     Rejection   38%

12- Commissioner D4           Sally Heyman .                 Rejection   35%

13- Commissioner D10         Javier Souto.                     Rejection   35%

14- Commissioner D6            Rebecca Sosa.                   Rejection   34%

15- Court Clerk                           Harvey Ruvin.                 Rejection   30%

16- Commissioner D7            Carlos Gimenez.            Rejection   29%

 

According with the Survey done by: “Referendum Recall Miami-Dade OfficeSeptember 17, 2009

PS. The survey is open for review and verification for any person or organization private or public.

 

“IN GOD WE TRUST, HE IS HELPING US”

“We will win, they will be defeated”  Ronal Reagan.

 

Lázaro R González Miño

Director

 RecallMiami@gmail.com

MiamiDadeRecall.WordPress.com

Nobody can take away your constitutional right to vote in any election. But you have the obligation, the moral and civic duty to do so.

diciembre 1, 2009

Nobody can take away your constitutional right to vote in any election. But you have the obligation, the moral and civic duty to do so.
Governments in democratic systems are made theoretically to defend the rights of the governed, not to defend them from the governed, not to make any scoundrel who want and limit the rights of citizens to hold them accountable and remove them from power if necessary using legal means to upholding justice and freedom.
They are our servants and we are “The Sovereign”
The first step to have better government is to VOTE!
Almost all politicians at all levels of government have done everything possible and even impossible to discredit the electoral process making to the citizens into believing that nothing can change with an election and they always will have their way, there is no way have a better government through elections.
That is why people are discouraged from participating in elections.
In the last elections in Miami Beach voters were less than 7%, In the City of Miami were less than 22% in Miami-Dade County were 11% and even in the last presidential nationally was 52%.
The absentee ballots have become the main prey of political scoundrels, manipulate, sell and buy them. It is the largest organized fraud that exists against Democracy an in the favor of crooks.
Of course the participation of organizations that allegedly recruited voters and “help” the electoral process full of pie scoundrel politicians. All participants of this equation are dirty and the elections are almost all won by the most corrupt and incompetent bastards.
Crimes on the electoral process must be punished severely by law, there are laws to do so, but do not apply to the crooks and the prosecution paid to do this and do not enforcement the laws!
We the citizens must not rest on the laurels thinking that politicians are going to fix this. Lie, them are responsible for this shameless! And if we not defend our right this is not going to fix it.
If you do not vote the situation continued to deteriorate until the system ends in a dictatorship or worse in a tyranny.
Are you going to allow this by remaining at home as a fried potato watching television instead to going to vote?
The second important and critical step is to find a right candidate which is determined to bring the legality, honesty, good administration, intelligence, responsibility and honor to the government. In the elections almost always wins the one who have most money, best lobbyists, which promises more good things, but then does not keep it and after laughing at the fase of the people.
We have a way to keep this from happening. Override costly campaign ads, the lobbyists. (The lobbyist are the termites inside the Democracy building) The politician have to exposing their campaign improvement programs in written sign and swear, record in the court it, and when they take possession of his office, if elected, do we remove if hey do not start to accomplish their pledges in the first years in the position. They have to be accountable for their pledges if not do they have to remove from the position for unfulfilled the Social Contract with the citizens and replaced by the candidate who took second place at the elections.
It is shameful what is happening at all levels of government in America. From the Office of the President, Congress, Estate governments, County and Local.
The presidency is giving blind shots and making a fool since he took office, bowing obsequiously before all emperors and kings who meet with dictators an enemies of us. America bows to God alone and not to any king of trash. The Congress is a very expensive  whorehouse, full of stupidest, which sells everything and makes all kinds of business done below and above the table shamelessly. The Senators and Representatives are rotten in illegal money, by making laws against citizens. They have ore years in their positions at the congress than Matusalen. This has to stop immediately politicians should be in position “One term” No one is good enough mind to be so long in one position. OUT! We do not need to paid our enemies we have more than enough for free. The governors, mayors, county and city commissioners, most of them are garbage, corruption. a hell of lies, corruption, lawlessness, graft and ineptitude.
We the people of America are the ones we can and must end this mess and restore the decency and good governance. We have to do right now.
God helping us in this effort,

Lázaro R González Miño

Initiative for Referendum Recall Miami-Dade County
Director
Democraciaahora.com
Democracynow.US
Lazaro RGonzalez@hotmail.com

Referendum Recall Miami-Dade County againts Mayor Carlos Alvarez (1) Discrepancies with the Firts Admendment of The Contitution of the United States of America.

diciembre 1, 2009

So far I have submitted three requests until today for Recall Referendum Initiative against Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez for what I consider his inability to lead the county and solve the County problems. Two of them were rejected already in my opinion because a much tremendous arbitrary regulations made by the County Commissioners, that make it not easy for citizens to ask the rulers to do their job of managing public finances correctly. The third is in the process of the approval by the Clerk of the Court now.

Apparently the government Miami-Dade County has forgotten that it’s there to protect the right of the governed and not to protect themselves against the fair claims of the governed.
This procedure Recall, supposedly democratic in my opinion is tainted by a series of arbitrary rules manufactured by the county commission that disabling and virtually strangles the possibility of success of citizens in a petition of this kind. This is unacceptable for citizens.

“The Home Rule Amendment and Charter subsection A) ‘Citizen’ Bill of Rights” Said:
This Government has been created to protect the Governed … But all those regulation protected the Governing not the governed. All these regulations are in complete opposition to what he expresses very clearly the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America that emphatically states:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or order prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of Grievances.
This amendment is clear that we have the right to file our complaints to the rulers, for this act in a way which does not produce correct and arbitrary regulations which restrict the freedom of voters to demand proper conduct on the part of elected officials and possibility of removing from office officials who do not perform their duties in accordance with the expectations of the citizens who elected them through a quick, easy and fair procedure of RECALL.
The regulations put into exercise by the commissioners have in my opinion the following inconsistencies that go against the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America and therefore I demand to be reviewed, corrected and removed immediately, to have a democratic process, easy and self-consistent with that expressed in the First Amendment.

 
First: It is not necessary to have to use a signature page for each support the Initiative for Referendum Recall. This is not a ballot; it is a simple page to collect signatures supporting the referendum to call a Recall election of officials who have acted forgetting their obligations to the voters. This impedes the will of the voters to have a mechanism for removing inept and unwanted governors. The ballot to collect signatures for a recall must contain at least for 10 signatures of support, like it was before the Recall of the commissioner Natasha Ceijas when the commissioners change all the procedures in order to avoid being themselves recalled in futures referendums.  Taken front the citizens their constitutional right to protest against the wrong, in which appear all the data needed to easily and efficiently identify the signer by the Department of Elections.
Second: There is no need for a “circulator” This is simple process of collecting signatures of support and the voters can get their schedules to support the referendum by multiple ways in which the Internet and post mail can be included in which there are not human contact. Each person who signing is morally and legally responsible for their support and for all the data provided on the form. It requires the presence of an outsider to audit each signature; each signature is an action and a right of each voter and is solely their responsibility rather than a second or third person. The validation and certification of it is the obligation of the Department of Elections of Miami-Dade and anything else that separates this is an attempt to block and complicate the right of expression of protest supporting.
Third: It have not required notarization of the forms to collect signatures supporting the recall process is a simple process of collecting signatures of support, and the voters who fill the form are the only one that is morally and legally responsible for what it appears in the form and to do so fraudulently can be punished by law. Introducing a third person in the process is complicated and make it more difficult and expensive for those who wish to express their disagreement with the government. Each person signing is morally and legally responsible for their firm support and all the data provided on the form. It requires the presence of a third person to notarize and certify to the Circulator and the voter and I repeated: Each signature is a legal and moral responsibility of the signatory. The certification and validation is the obligation of the Department of Elections of Miami-Dade and anything else that separates from this simple procedure is an attempt to block the right of expression of the voters and also to make each payroll increase considerable cost of  each signature. It is no secret to anyone that if it emit your opinion will cost to you about $ 10.00 to deliver a political opinion, as the signatures supporting the recall referendum, many people will choose not to do. This one of the best and efficient way to discourage and prevent voters speaks out against the government. It is inconceivable that form to collect signatures supporting the referendum is to be signed by three people. The voters, the circulator and the notary. If this is not deliberate obstruction of the referendum process, then what is it?
Fourth: The County requires collection of signatures supporting the referendum of 8% of the registered voters of Miami-Dade. County voters are now more than 1’231, 680 voters this makes them have to collect more than 98.534 signatures in support. This is an amount much higher than the total votes obtained by the Alvarez when he was elected mayor in his second term, overall turnout was 11% who voted in past elections that elected county mayor in 2008 when Mayor was elected by about 7% of voters and now requires to us an 8% to be out. This is absolutely unfair, difficult and unconstitutional.
Fifth: The papal leaf produced the ballot of the referendum should be 8.5 x 10 because the proposed road is 8.5 x 13 that has not the ability to be reproduced by computer printers. This sheet is very difficult to work on it and it’s another impediment added by the Commissioners and the department of elections to thwart the recall process. The forms should be achievable by e-mail, post mail and in person. The forms may be returned by post mail or personally.

 
The view expressed earlier in these five (5) inconsistent with the First Amendment is based on the difficulties created by these regulations imposed to develop a true mechanism of protest by citizens against government arbitrariness. As a citizen I demand that these regulations are removed immediately from the Miami-Dade Home Rule Amendment and Charter and Regulations of the Elections Department of Miami-Dade County. Because we are entitled to control, fiscal, audit and maintain efficiently our government. I have absolute confidence in the return of civility, justice and Democracy to the Miami-Dade County,

God is helping us in this effort,

Lázaro R González

“Miami-Dade County Recall Office”

LazaroRGonzalez@hotmail.com

305 445 7364